Umair Ahmed Korai, Advisor for IEEE MUET ComSoc Student Chapter
IEEE COMMUNICATION SOCIETY MEET-AND-GREET
IEEE MUET ComSoc Student Chapter and IEEE Karachi ComSoc Chapter organized a Meet-and-Greet event on 24th March 2022 at MUET Pakistan. The objective of this event was networking among IEEE and IEEE ComSoc members. The total registered participants were 34, all of which were IEEE members. IEEE Karachi Section Treasurer, Moiz Rahman Memon, attended the event as Chief Guest. Moiz delivered an interactive talk on leadership skills and shared with students his knowledge and experience about leadership and gave some important lessons to the students to practice in the life ahead of them. Students also participated in the discussion and shared their thoughts on the concept of leadership. Few ice breaking games and activities were also organized such that the attendees can interact with each other. Few general knowledge questions were asked to encourage fun learning. In the end, pizza were distributed among all participants.
DISCOVERING THE ABILITIES IN GRADUATING STUDENTS TOWARDS THE SELF ASSESSMENT, JOB READINESS AND JOB-HUNTING TECHNIQUES
IEEE MUET ComSoc Student Chapter and IEEE Karachi ComSoc Chapter organized a career counseling and roadmap workshop on 10th May 2022 at MUET, Pakistan. The objective of workshop was to provide career counseling and awareness about the possible job opportunities to fresh graduates. The guest speaker of this workshop was Mr. Waqas Soomro, CEO Smart Mentor.io. Dr. Umair Ahmed Korai, Vice Chair for IEEE Karachi ComSoc Chapter coordinated and organized this workshop along with his IEEE MUET ComSoc Chapter team. Prof. Dr. Aftab Ahmed Memon, DEAN FEECE, MUET Pakistan, attended the workshop as the chief guest. Mr. Waqas made the students aware of general questions being asked during an interview. He also discussed about the main skills required in a job and further gave directions for writing personal resume. The total number of participants in this workshop were 94 (23 IEEE members and 71 non-IEEE members).